The name perfectly describes the service in today's contemporary Nigeria.
Right. "Ekaette" "perfectly describes" an errand service.
This is the same hopelessly ignorant lack of awareness that labels all Igbo people as "flat headed drug pushers", and Yoruba people as "Afonja betrayers".
You know what? I agree. "Ekaette" is fair game for so-called "majority" ethnicities to engage with their transparent nudge-nudge-wink-wink ethnic chauvinism. It's fine.
But when another bright spark comes out with a peer-to-peer app connecting drug users to drug dealers and names it "Ibe Dikachim Services", don't say a word of protest.
We're all seeing the beginning of the rabbit hole here but we're happy to keep going down the hole because for now it's not our business. It's Ok.